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Best things to do in Seattle Chinatown-International District, Seattle

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Plaza
“A treasure trove of Asian restaurants and shops. We have enjoyed most spots that we have been to in the area. ”
72local recommendations
Vietnamese Restaurant
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“Delicious Vietnamese restaurant in the International District with outdoor seating. Try the potstickers, (a fave with our kids) and their fresh spring rolls with a touch of crunchy wonton in the center - unique and yummy! The restaurant itself is in the back corner of the lot, not easily visible from the street. Free parking if you can get a spot in their lot - we go for lunch and have always found a space. (25+ min away)”
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History Museum
“If you have BoA card, entrance is free on first full weekend of every month for one with picture ID. Historic Hotel Tour offered free (no advance reservation required) on Tues-Sun - 10:30am, 11:30am, 12:30pm, 1:30pm, 2:30pm, and 3:30pm and runs about 45 minutes. Please verify tour time before you go. I would highly recommend the tour as the museum itself is small and the historic hotel is only avaible for viewing during those tour times. ”
41local recommendations
Sushi Restaurant
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“International district. Great Japanese food and sushi. Reservation recommended. $$.”
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Pizza Place
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“Delicious Neapolitan style pizza, and its budget friendly. Excellent happy hour from 4-6pm. ”
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Museum
“Entertainment center with unlimited play for one price, featuring classic & modern pinball games.”
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Chinese Restaurant
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“Real authentic Chinese food in Seattle's Chinatown. If you go in daytime they have Dim Sum.”
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Chinese Restaurant
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“Inexpensive yummy dim sum. And it's within walking distance of the light rail International Station.”
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Vietnamese Restaurant
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“Newly opened but with a long history. This pho restaurant offers some of the best flavors, perfect for a rainy day”
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Japanese Restaurant
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“Family owned fantastic sushi in the International District. Get a reservation at night and get the omakase. Trust. ”
21local recommendations
Vietnamese Restaurant
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“Behind this humble storefront diners discover a menu of Vietnamese fare including pho noodle soups. ”
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Vietnamese Restaurant
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“It's a deli...Vietnamese style. Solid Vietnamese food. The place is a bit run down, but that's just way things are around hear in Seattle. ”
21local recommendations
Chinese Restaurant
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“Excellent Chinese food. Favorite dishes: Kung Pao Fish, Shrimp Chow Mein (the perfect noodle!), spicy green beans.”
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Supermarket
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“International District: Huge Japanese grocery store with food court containing a variety of Asian restaurants. They validate parking, then take a quick stroll through Seattle's International District's Hing Hay Park.”
108local recommendations
Cafe
“In Chinatown/International District - a cool contemporary spot for coffee and baked goods. Grab dim-sum/Asian food in the area and check out the Wing Luke Museum and local shops too!”
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Bubble Tea Shop
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“My family is a little obsessed with Bubble tea, we have probably tried them all and Oasis Tea Zone has kept the #1 spot on our list for over 5 years now. We love that there are board games to play , great music and fun atmosphere and they are open late! (11:00) For you night owls looking for a treat ”
10local recommendations